CTI Textual Studies

Guide to Digital Resources 1996-98

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Oxford Concordance Program (OCP)

Description: The Oxford Concordance Program (OCP) is a general purpose tool for generating concordances, word lists, and indexes from texts in any language or alphabet. OCP operates on an ASCII file of the text and up to 8 characters may be defined to represent one letter. The text can be tagged to include additional information such as line number, chapters, speakers, etc. OCP can handle a number of markup systems though frequently the text will be tagged using the COCOA system.

OCP commands consist of simple English words which retrieve the desired information from the text and control the formatting of the results. The commands for mainframe OCP and Micro-OCP are identical.

Requirements: Micro-OCP requires a PC running DOS 3.0 or higher. Mainframe OCP is written in FORTRAN and can be ported to VMS, UNIX, and VM/CMS.

Further information: Consult the OUP Web site at http://www1.oup.co.uk/E-P/Humanities/Micro-OCP/

Distributor:For Mainframe version contact OCP, OUCS, 13 Banbury Road, Oxford OX2 6NN. Micro-OCP from Oxford University Press, Electronic Publishing, Walton Street, Oxford OX2 6DP. Tel: 01865 267979. Fax: 01865 267990. Email: ep.help@oup.co.uk

Price: For Mainframe version contact OUCS. Micro-OCP: £175.00+VAT (single user), £1,000+VAT (site licence), £495.00 (department licence).

Version available at CTI Centre: Current

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Guide to Digital Resources 1996-98. Not to be republished in any form without the permission of CTI Textual Studies.

HTML Author: Michael Fraser
Document Created: 19 August 1996
Document Modified: 28 September 1997

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